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Hooves and Horns…

Hooves and Horns was my solo-exhibit at The Padre Hotel featured by Don Martin of Metro Galleries. The Padre Hotel was built in 1928. It has been beautifully restored. The gallery space is within the cafe called Farmacy. The hotel’s decor is rich and posh. When you enter the building it is easy to forget […]

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RUN!

“RUN!” won 1ST place in “Latination IV.” Preluding the show a dear friend in Austin, TX purchased this piece for a high-school classmate and friend of ours for their wedding anniversary. When given the theme for Latination this year, Fiesta, I tortured my brain trying to think of the most appropriate topic. First, because of […]

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New Neighbors…

We moved…. again! The Foundry is now located at 1608 19th Street in downtown Bakersfield, CA. With the welcome arms of our new neighbors on 19th Street we have relocated the gallery to a more prominant and appropriate space in the heart of the Art Walk. Now next door to Metro Galleries we have many exciting plans […]

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Other Side of the Rainbow…

On June 16th, 2012, The Empty Space gallery exhibited my solo show Other Side of the Rainbow. My Curator Jesus Fidel did an amazing job of displaying the works and made the gallery atmosphere magical. From the carnival bulb lights strung across the gallery, the rainbow inspired buffet, handmade colorful sun catchers to the piano player he […]

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Art Imitates Art I

Our first Art Imitates Art opened on April 6th, 2012. This show originated as an art challenge for our member artists. This show was inspired by a New York artist who illustrated a book titled, “The Monster Engine Project.” In his book he had drawings from children and created artwork using the children’s images transforming the monster drawing into three […]

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Frida in Thought…

The first year I participated in “Latination,” I painted a portrait of Frida Kahlo. Latination is an annual group exhibit at Metro Galleries in Bakersfield, CA, held on First Friday in September. My submission in September 2011 was wildly colorful and the first attempt I had made at a portrait using my new style. Although […]

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